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Ron Dennis: McLaren's return to success 'sooner rather than later'

Ron Dennis has said that McLaren is well placed to return to the front of the grid 'sooner rather than later', citing the 'tremendous' success Mercedes has achieved with its power unit as a key component to the team's comeback. The former team principal was pragmatic but upbeat when asked by SkySports on what his motivations were upon his return back at the helm of McLaren Group after the team's 'barren' 2013 season. 'Obviously we didn't finish the season or even begin it last year as we would have liked,' admitted Dennis. 'So the first thing is to regroup and focus on a really good baseline start. We pushed hard through the winter to develop a car that addressed all the issues that were...
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